Intezer, a cybersecurty focused startup based in New York, announced it has closed on a $15 million funding round.
The Series B round was backed by OpenView, which led the funding, plus Intel Capital, Samsung NEXT, Magma, and Alon Cohen, founder and ex-CEO of CyberArk. $23 million has been raised so far for the company.
“I’m thrilled to announce our latest round of investment,” said CEO and co-founder Itai Tevet, in a statement. “Given the tremendous success we’ve had in applying our technology to incident response use cases, we will use the funding to accelerate our sales growth and expand the technology into the larger threat protection market.”
Intezer discovered many previously undetected cyber threats in the last year, while observing an increase in Linux and cloud-focused attacks. Intezer helps numerous Fortune 500 companies, startups and government agencies fight back against today’s cyber threats.